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Rethinking regulation of rainwater and greywater is going to have to happen, but an even bigger negative impact on our water usage is from food.
I want to be known for harvesting "greywater" -- or at the very least knowing what it is (water that's been used once but is still clean enough for other jobs).
It is also called greywater (to distinguish it from blackwater which describes wastes containing human excrete).
Chapter 11 1992
It is also called greywater (to distinguish it from blackwater which describes wastes containing human excreta).
Chapter 10 1992
Milwaukee has a few examples of these so-called greywater systems, such as the Urban
Residential greywater, which is wastewater generated from domestic processes such as washing dishes, laundry and bathing, is a valuable water resource that can be recycled to irrigate plants!
Indybay newswire FREE LEONARD PELTIER 2009
It would apply green standards to its waste flows, even take care to substitute rainwater and "greywater" for its massive daily washdown of thousands of buses.
Even greywater is purified and the water is put back to use on the property for watering the fields.
I know that pity for House staffers may sometimes be in short supply around here, but you should show some sympathy for the poor Republican folks on the House Energy/Commerce Committee that had to wade through the legislative swill and greywater that is Obamacare for almost a month in order to extract useful information for the rest of us.
Our greywater tanks are made with plastic molasses and high-fructose corn syrup containers used by breweries.